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EVENING nULUVTIN. HONOLULU, T. It., WEDNESDAY, APn 6, 1910
NEW CREAM ENGLISH SERGE A beautiful quality
for Ladies' Coat Suit and Skirts. Fifty inches wide; two
qualities $1.80 and $2.25 a yard.
NAVY BLUE FRENCH SERGE A very fine soft tex
ture for the new semi fitting Coat Suits.
NEW PARASOLS White, plain and hand-cmbrold-crcd,
in Linen and Cotton, Natural Color Linen; plain and
fancy borders; also Fancy Silks in all the latest styles.
CREAM LINEN SUITINGS 00 inches wide, 40c. a
yard; 38 inches wide. 50c. a yard. These goods are a
fino quality of pure linen.
BRAHMA CLOTH SUITINGS Raw silk weave and
high lustre. Colors: Old Rose, PinkLight Blue, Alice
Blue, Golden Brown, Tan, Lavender, Green, Champagne.
Twenty-seven inches wide, 35c. a yard.
NEW LINOERIE DRESSES A very large assortment
from $10 upward.
REMNANT SALE NOW ON DON'T MISS IT
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcretania Streets Onoositc Fire Station
It you have anytroublc
with deafness, no matter
of how lont
Brown & Lyon
With Hawaiian News
Alex. Young Building,
Starting April 2nd,
For Two Weeks Only
CORSET COVERS 15c. to 75c. Apiece
PETTICOATS 40o. to $1.50 Apiece
SHIRTWAISTS 50c. to $1.50 Apiece
INDIGO now 5c. a Yard
FLANNELETTE ....i 12 Yards for $1
Big Lot of LADIES' BELTS 5c. Apiece
" " " MEN'S SHIRTS 25c. Apiece
" " " VAL. LACE 12 Yards for 25c.
BIG LOT OF REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC.
Ll. AHOy, NuuanuSt
FOR YOUR VIEWS
You will find a great num.
ber to choose from, in
In Price From 10c. to $8.00
Also a large assortment of
Photo Supply Co.
Fort, Below Hotel
ROME EXCI JED OVER -ROOSEVELT
no.ME, Apr. r. The chief development of the Vntlcnh Incident to
ilny whb Colonel Kooscvelt's repudiation of the atand taken by the
Methodists hero In attacking the Vatican for lis position In regnrd to an
nudlonce for the former President. The Methodists Interpret the re
fusal of the President to accept the conditional Invttntlon to nn audi
ence with the Pope as an endorsement of their work.
Many prominent Catholics, Including members of the Sacred Col
lego of Cardinals, today expressed their disapproval of the action taken
by the Vatican authorities.
Cardinal .Merry del Val, as adviser of the Pope, Is generally blam
ed for the whole unfortunate occurrence. The father of Cardinal del
Val, former Spanish ambassador to tho Vatican, stated today that It
seemed providential that his son should bo the man to humble the pride
of tho Yankee cx-Prcsldcnt.
DEMOCRATS AGAIN LEAD.
CHICAGO, Apr. 5. A Democratic city council was elected todav
In placo of tho present Republican body. .
HAHTFOHD, Conn., Apr. 5. A Democratic major was elected hero
JEFFRIES MAKES A START.
SANTA CKUZ, Apr. B. James J. Jeffries will begin training here
today In preparation for his coming fight with Jack Johnson, the negro
TRAIL AND TRAVEL
Influential Citizens Sign
The first meeting of the Hawaiian
Trail and Tracl Club wob held les-
tcrday afternoon nt the Chamber of
Commcrco and launched Into tho
world In a fitting manner. W. H.
Castle moved that 1.. A. Thurston
be appointed tempornry chairman, Prof,
which was unanimously carried.
The chairman's first duty was to
read the constitution of tho new
club, which he Btnteil line! been
adapted from the rules nnd regula
tions governing the Sierra nnd Out
rigger clubs. In a few appropriate
words, Mr. Thurston Introduced 12.
T. Parsons, the lending director and
live wire of the Sierra Club of Cal
ifornia, who addressed the meeting.
Mr, Parsons prefnccil his nddress.he elected
by stating that thera are three j club.
things which hae mado the Sierra rnllnwlng Is n list of the dlrec
Club the healthiest In the country, tors elected at yesterday's meeting:
nnd which It would be well for the W. It. Castle, I.. A. Thurston, Irwin
Trail nnd Travel Club of Hawaii to
follow. First, that there should be
no taxation without representation;
second, that the club must divorce
lUelf from promotion or advertising
work; and, third, that there must
be no possibility of nnjone being
biased by a hotel or corporation.
"The Sierra Club of California
was Instituted in 1892; the Maiaran
Club was founded on the top of Mt.
Hood In 1894, nnd the Mountain
eers Club or tne sierras was organ
ized In 190G. While this is largely
a local jAub. you must glvo every
member a chance to voto. Abovo
everything, you must not affiliate
sour club with any auvertlsin
Thurston stated that several dona
tions had been promised, and that
several persons had shown a willing
ness to placo their mountain homes
at tho disposal of tho club, as rest
A general discussion thou follow
ed as to club dues and Initiation
fees. Ed. Towso thought that nn
Inltlntlon fee of 15 was too seven)
for joung people to tune to pay. He
recommended that High School bojs
nnd girls bo admitted to memocr-
shlp at tho rato of J2.G0 and that
all joung people under tho age of
fifteen bo admitted at the rate of SI
This motion was unanimously car
In electing tho directors to serte
on the executive committee, Mr.
N'owrfl of tho i American-Hawaiian
S. S. Company proposed the nnmo of
Ralph S. Hosmer. W. II. Cns
tie then proposed that Rev. Dorc
mus Scudder's name be placed on
the list, both of whom were duly
elected. Dr. Scudder stated that na
he wns leaving Hawaii for a fle
months' vacation 'to Europe, he
would rather not be elected, but Mr.
CaBtle pointed out that as Dr. Scud
der would In all probability visit
Switzerland, and climb the Alps
while on his 'vacation, he ought to
n director of
Spalding. A. II. Ford, Prof. R. S
Hosmer, Robert Shingle, J. P. Cooke,
Ed. Towso, Rev. Doremus Scudder.
Among those who signed their
names as charter members were C.
II. Hitchcock, E. T. Parsons, Irwin
Spalding, L. A, Thurston, W. R. Cas
tle, A. Hume Ford, 11.(1'. Judd, A.I
M. Nqwell. A. II. Oarrlt, Dr. II. V.
Cottage, Paul Super, J. S. Donagh
ho, A. R. Ourroy Jr., J, T. McCros-
son,. R. 13. Ilond, Doremus Scudder,
Frank S. Dodge, Kd. Towse, Ratpli
S. Hosmor, Armstrong Towso (ugcu
With h voto of thanks to the
chair, the meeting adjourned. '
At a full meeting of tho Trail and.
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uchemo or promotion work. It must Travel Club dlrectoruto hold at the
tin mirnlii n enilfit filttVt I Afllnii It t rtn 1 11.1- .. . '
be purely a social club.
"The Sierra Club has a member
ship of lawyers, doctors, ministers,
and other professions, and It Is made
available through giving accurate
Information. Recontly a party ol
180, including twonty-flve newspa
per1 nnd magazine writers, accompa
nied the Sierra Club ou one of Its
qutlngs, with the result that abso
lutely accurate Information was
given to the public about tho won
ders and grandeur of tho Sierras,
which hail bcnclltcd California
"Make jour valleys avallablo by
honest photographs Instead of by
garbled fables. If you do that you
will give the world a chanco to' en
Joy what thoy ought to have a
chanco to enjoy. Switzerland draws
an nnnuul Income of something llko
100,000,000 from her tourUt trade,
yet a llttlo more than n hundred
is such a piece of fine and
delicate mn6hinery that in
order to keep the correct
time it must be overhauled
by a competent watchmaker.
Our Watch-Repair Depart
ment is in the' hands of such
J. A. R. Vieira
113 HOTEL ST.
The Best Butter
HENRY MAY & CO.
Blue Serge Suits
- : for : -
WE are building
business on these
suits, they are guar
anteed to be SUN.
and RAIN PROOF.
We have them in
regular sizes also in
Longs and Stouts
and can fit anyone.
oltlce of V. R. Castle, this morning.
tho following officers wcro elected:
W. R. Castlo, prcslUent; L. A.Thurs
ton, vice-president; Irwin Spalding,
recording secretary; A. II. Ford, cor
responding secretary; Robert Shin
glo, treasurer, Tho Waterhouse
Trust Company was appointed trus
tco to hold property for the dub.
The committee on membership Ii
as follows; A. II. Ford, Robert
Shingle, J. P. Cooke, who were ap
pointed to get the list of 100 char-1
tor members completed,
Mrs, Doremus Scudder and Mrs.
Murlon Randall Parbons of Califor
nia wcro tho tlrut ladies to become
members of tho club. So soon 'M
the hundred churtor members arealli
in, a trail committee, will bo ap-'
pointed nnd tho work of mapping i
the O.i hu trails will be begun. Work;
on the other Islands will bo begun
nt an early dato. The meeting of1
White Canvas Oxfords
Regular $2, $2,50 and
It is poor economy to cover
a cood house with"n low
rade paint a paint that
won't last lonp; and won't
look good while it does last.
yours ago her Alpine heights and. tho directors wbb marked by Its cu-j
thuslasm, and plans nro nlrcady
under way to establish downtown
hcadqunrters, wliero the club mem
bers may meet to peruse trail nnd
travel llteraturo, leave, trail Infor
mation and sccuro the samo from
AUDIT COMPANY OF
924 BETHEL STREET
glaciers were unexplored mid tin
C, II. Hitchcock of tho Appalach
ian Club exhibited a guide, dated
1883, to the grand and sublime scen
ery of the Sierra NevadaH In the
region about Mt. Whitney. Mr.
Hitchcock mado a few Interesting re
marks about the constitution, and
Incidentally stated: "Whatever con
Btltutlon ou may adopt now, you
will change It later,"
Paul Super, secretary of the Y.
M. C. A stated that ho thought that
awards should be conferred upon
persons accomplishing arduous feats
of climbing or walking which mer
ited recognition, "I should like to
see this entered In the constitution,"
said Mr. Super. Chairman Thurston F, 0, Box 640
Hiaieti mm uuib, Biimiur iu nu- .
worn by sharpshootors In the army,
bearing the m)stlc names Kaalu,!
Konahuanut or Haleakala be In Conducts all classes of Audits and
scribed and awarded to successful investieations, and furnishes Reports
climbers of these mountain fast- on u k,ndj f flnancial work
A, Hume Ford asked that a rec-
ord committee be appointed, whose , .,.,,,
duty It would be to enter all climb- Supestions given for simplifying
Ing nr walking records In n book or systematizing office work, All
kept for that purpose. Chad man business confidential,
About 150 pairs of odds and ends and broken sizes
taken from our regular stock.
PUMPS, ONE AND TWO-EYELET, AND RIBBON TIE
All Late Toe Shapes All Sizes
While They Last,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
is of the Highest Quality nnd
Lcwers & Cooke,
177 So. King St.
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
Heat Market and Importers.
WING CH0NG CO
KINO ST., NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture. Mattresses,
etc., etc. All kinds of K0A and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAI & CO.
041 Nuuanu Street Phone 260
for Gifts at '
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MC CANDLESS BLDO.
P. 0, Box 061 Telephone 031
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickel, silver and
KING, 0PP. ALAPAI STREET
Pau Ka liana
At Your Grocers
C. Q. Yee Hdp & Co.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner King and Bethel
WAH CH0NG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wah Ying Chong Co.,
Kint St., Ewa Fish Market
4fk tow , 1 mi w r